Question I5 3570k-Temperature

Dec 2, 2018
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Hi a have a question about my CPU temp. While playing Dead Space 1,my core temp are 41 degrees Celsius,core 2 Is 40 degrees,core 3 38 degrees and core four 35 degrees. I,am monitoring my temperatures with Riva Tuner. Are these temps fine And normal? Thanks.
 

Karadjgne

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Per core temps can easily be 5°C ± from center. So you are right on track as being totally normal.

You aren't going to get any better results with a different cooler, it's an i5 and well under the ability of that D15.

TjMax for the 3570k is 105°C, so anywhere after @ 90ish°C you'll experience thermal throttling, at 100°C+ you can expect probable shutdowns. Generally accepted safe load max temps are somewhere around 70°C, but anything under that is all the same to the cpu. Cooler isn't better, or any worse, it's all the same to the cpu.
 
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Per core temps can easily be 5°C ± from center. So you are right on track as being totally normal.

You aren't going to get any better results with a different cooler, it's an i5 and well under the ability of that D15.

TjMax for the 3570k is 105°C, so anywhere after @ 90ish°C you'll experience thermal throttling, at 100°C+ you can expect probable shutdowns. Generally accepted safe load max temps are somewhere around 70°C, but anything under that is all the same to the cpu. Cooler isn't better, or any worse, it's all the same to the cpu.
Thank you so much. So i can be calm?
 

Karadjgne

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Oh yes lol, my 3570k sits at 4.3GHz, on a 120mm corsair h55 and gets gaming temps of 55°C and Prime95 26.6 small fft temps of 70°C.

You have all kinds of thermal room to do anything, with that cooler. If the cpu will get there, 5.0GHz OC no worries.
 
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Oh yes lol, my 3570k sits at 4.3GHz, on a 120mm corsair h55 and gets gaming temps of 55°C and Prime95 26.6 small fft temps of 70°C.

You have all kinds of thermal room to do anything, with that cooler. If the cpu will get there, 5.0GHz OC no worries.
Ok. Thank you so much.
 

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